Llanerch Fire Company
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Total0630
 
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Bradfield51 / 81%
Connell, D44 / 70%
Roberts41 / 65%
Leonard34 / 54%
Rothrock33 / 52%
Millay21 / 33%
Mellor Jr18 / 29%
Cullen, Dave16 / 25%
Mellor Sr16 / 25%
Ingling15 / 24%
 
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House Fire Darby Rd

Wednesday, March 5, 2014  Crews battle a house fire in the 600 block of Darby Rd Wednesday afternoon 3/5/14.


Just after 3 pm fire crews were called, Llanerch's engine crew went in service with a line to fight the fire. The operator and a police officer hand stretched a supply line to the nearest hydrant as Brookline crews arrived and laddered and ventilated the building while deploying a 2nd crew inside with a 2nd line. Bon Air rescue was also on first alarm.


2nd alarm was struck for manpower and safety, bringing all of Oakmont, Manoa and RIT44 from Springfield. (RIT=Rapid Intervention Team).
No injuries at the scene, but considerable damage. Crews were on scene until approximately 6 PM doing overhaul and salvage.

Haverford Police, Paramedics and Llanerch Ambulance were also on scene, while Montco Ladder 21 and Darby Engine 04 staffed 2 stations in HT in case of other alarms.

   


 

Rehab to Radnor

Sunday, January 19, 2014  A crew of 5 responded to a call for rehab services on the 2nd alarm in St Davids, Radnor Township. Crews were out from 1 a.m.until 4 a.m., providing water, monitoring firefighters coming out of the action and assisting Radnor EMS on scene


     



 

Help us help you

Friday, January 3, 2014  the Fire Companies that protect you were all volunteer from day 1 until today. There are not enough volunteers to shovel every hydrant. This is a day when almost anyone can volunteer, without any training, by shoveling just 1 hydrant closest to your home.


   


 

2 nights in a row of little sleep

Tuesday, December 17, 2013  Second night of no sleep.
34-1 as the RIT with full crew at a working fire in company 38's first due.

Crews staffing Tower 34 and 34-2 as they cover the entire township.

35, 56, 58, Montco 23, Montco 313 also at the fire scene.

   


 

RIT run to working fire

Monday, December 16, 2013 1:35 am RIT 34 (Rapid Intervention Team) called to scene of working fire at 582 W Lancaster Ave., Bryn Mawr section of Haverford Township. No services needed, stood by just in case any firefighters on scene needed assistance. Tower 34 responded to Oakmont firehouse to cover their district.


     



 

100th Anniversary slideshow (link)

Sunday, December 15, 2013  here's a link (also posted in our links area) that let's you see our 100th Anniversary slideshow. 160+ pictures representing our first 100 years of service. Enjoy!





https://www.dropbox.com/s/vp3d6kehnsgg8z9/LFC%20100%20Powerpoint%20through%2010-12-2013.pptx

   


 

Another member making us proud.

Saturday, December 14, 2013  Our own Jack Welsh, Firefighter/EMT has completed all the courses for his Associate of Science in Nursing and now heads to the National Council Licensure Examination .



All the members of Llanerch Fire and EMS are proud. We know he won’t need luck, just the usual hard work he displays on anything he’s asked to do.

   


 

100th Anniversary Group Pic

Friday, December 6, 2013  On October 12th the Fire Co celebrated its' 100th anniversary with a banquet at the Radnor Hotel. Most, but not all members of the Llanerch Fire Company are shown here.


In the picture you'll see Board members, active Fire and EMS crews, life members and guests at the dinner.





   


 

Rehab to Villanova House Fire

Friday, November 15, 2013 20:33 Hrs 34-8 responded to a call for rehab at a working house fire in Villanova Friday evening.


A crew of four, 3 EMTs and the Safety Officer responded, checking the vitals of a dozen firefighters after they came out of the fire building, and providing water/hydration to all on scene.


No firefighters needed more than a rest and some water.


Crew was released just shy of 3 hours after the initial call.


     



 
 
 

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